Defense spending on weapons systems and our wars abroad aren't the only areas where we see a lot of waste. We've discussed the massive amount of money that's also spent on Homeland Security here at home. We've interviewed John Mueller, who in his new book found by using cost benefit analysis, that in order to justify the increase in homeland security spending post 9/11, we would have to "deter, prevent, foil, or protect against 1,667 attacks per year....or 4 per day. But now some are arguing that we not only take a discerning look at this spending....but perhaps abolish the Department of Homeland Security altogether. Alyona talks to one of those people, Gene Healy a vice president at the Cato Institute and columnist for the Washington Examiner.